The Triton Hotel opened in 1913 and has long been known for its boho-chic style. Most notably, their guest rooms capture the literary legacy of Jack Kerouac, whose work “On The Road” appears on the wallpaper. In their Mezzanine Gallery and Living Room, you’ll find art exhibits featuring the works of emerging and established local artists. Like the area’s eclectic art scene, the series touches all points of the visual arts spectrum. Naturally, their guests are invited to meet the artists during public receptions for each show and, of ctheirse, if you’re moved by a particular work, it’s available for purchase through McKinley Art Solutions.
People tell the Triton Hotel, staying at Hotel Triton feels a lot like staying with your most fashionable friend. You know, the one with an eclectic apartment, delighted to share insider tips on things to do and places to go and invites you to meet all sorts of interesting people over late afternoon glass of wine or a cool local microbrew.